Aptly titled "Dream Suite: The Oberoi New Delhi's Kohinoor Suite", Ms. Laura Ivill highlights that "It's discreet from the outside - simply 'Room 850', found at the end of a corridor – but it's more than a suite on the inside: its vast scale means it feels more like a fully catered apartment within the hotel. Nicolas Sarkozy, Giorgio Armani, Queen Mathilde of Belgium and the Dalai Lama all stayed in the Kohinoor Suite before its recent renovation." She adds that "It's the clever configuration of the nine rooms that makes it so popular with dignitaries who want a functional working space as well as a retreat from the heat and clamour of the city."
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Dream Suite The Oberoi New Delhis Kohinoor Suite The Oberoi New Delhirsquos Kohinoor Suite has long been a preferred choice for the heads of state that regularly visit town, and now its 325sq metres 3,500sq ft have been given a modern makeover by Indian interior designer Vinod Goswami